A toast to diversity

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Shelby, Mar 7, 2006.

  1. Shelby

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    I bet the girls like it doggy-style...
     
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    That's actually pretty interesting. Thanks Shelby!
     
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    How fascinating. We are just in the infancy stages of understanding our own beginnings. I hope we learn a lot more while I'm still around to see it. Thanks for the link.
     
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    Interesting link. They must spend a wad finding gloves for their hands/knuckles.
     
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    Apparently they don't really use gloves...

    I think the nature/nurture debate here is pretty interesting. Obviously if your parents don't walk and are mentally retarded there probably isn't a lot of pressure put on the children to walk upright, but could they develop the ability if they tried. Two of them can apparently manage it somewhat but have poor balance. I imagine anyone who grew to an adult without learning to walk would be a little shaky on their feet, though. Hmmm...
     
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